Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 10, 1948 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 10, 1948
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5 Floyd County Dead Returned Charles City—The bodies of 5 Floyd county residents who lost their lives in Europe during World war II have been returned to the United States from Italy, aboard the USAT Carroll Victory. The war dead from Floyd county .returned are: Pfc. Charles R. Bookwalter, army. Next of kin, Charles C. Bookwalter, 600J Clark street, Charles City. Sgt. Ernest H. Bork, army. Next of kin, Albert Bork, Charles City. Pvt. John GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCY SEE US ABOUT AUTOMOBILE and FIRE INSURANCE 206-207 J. C. PENNEY BLDG. PHONE 3983 Farrell, army. Next of kin, Lydia Farrell, 201* North Main street, Charles City. Pvt Edward M. Fuller, army. Next of kin, Paul Fuller, route 2, Nora Springs. Pvt. Willard O. Scheppler, army. Next of kin, George A. Scheppler, route 2, Rockford. Sgt. Bork's body will be sent to the Fort Snelling National cemetery lor linal burial within the next month, accompanied by an army escort from the Chicago distribution center. Similar escorts will accompany the bodies of the other Floyd county men to their final burial places. Deals Justice in Hot Weather Charles City—Mayor Harold S. Henry Tuesday had a busy day in court, lining H. Wedeking $100 and costs on a disorderly conduct charge; Marris Serleth $10 and costs on a speeding charge; Arnold E. Johnson $2 on a charge of improper parking; and Arnold John Eaber $2 on a charge of failure to stop at a stop light. The Statue of Liberty weighs 225 tons and stands 151 feet high. Friday Night SPECIAL A Timely Special at a Money- Saving Price GARDEN HOSE l.TWO FULL PLIES 2. OIL RESISTANT 3. NATURAL RUBBER COVERED Long wearing black hose that practically defies wear. Check the features it offers and you'll see why it's a bargain buy. 25 feet $2.79 HOSE WASHERS FIRESTONE QUARTET HERE SUNDAY—As a part of a 14 weeks tour of the mid-west, the Orpheus male quartet of Olivet Nazarene college, Kankakee, 111., will appear in the Church of the Nazarene, 331 West State, at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, the Rev. Evert 0. Davis, pastor, announced. Members of the quartet are Carl Clendenen, first tenor, Troy, Ohio; Dudley Powers, 2nd tenor, Dallas, Texas; Marshall McGuire, baritone, Lansing, Mich.; and Ray Dafoe, bass, Grand Haven, Mich. The quartet will be accompanied by the Rev. Charles L. Henderson, executive finanical secretary of Olivet, who will speak on behalf of the college. vUeek at Lj our raw By LYDIA MARGARET BARRETTE, Mason City Librarian In her address at a Rural Woniens' Day program, held in Mason City on Tuesday, Miss Louise Rosenfeld, of Iowa State college, emphasized the increasing importance of human engineering. Land-grant college executives, she pointed out, feel that education for human relationships is taking its place alongside technology* and agronomy on the present- day campus. Two books of "back-to-the- land" reminiscences have just been cataloged. "We Chose the tioni in the Held of religion. Two books dealing with social action are "The United Nations Challenge To The Church", by Stuntz, and "Labor's Relation to Church and Community", edited by Pope. Leach's "Protestant Church Building" will interest the many in this area who are launching church building programs. New titles requested by Catholic readers include O'Brien's "Truths Men Live By", Pfeiffer's "Catholic Picture Dictionary", and "The Apostolic Fathers." The last named is the first volume in a projected series of 72, under the collective name of "Fathers of the Church." Other books on spiritual life include "Modern Christian Revolutionaries", by Atwater,. "Great Writers and Interpreters of Religion", by Mims, "Prayer and the Common Life", by Harkness, and "Path of the Saint", an anonymous publication. Best Seller "A Guide To Confident Living", by Peale, already has been reserved by a number of library patrons. This phenomenal demand is in part explained by the fact that this book provided the foundation upon which the 1948 graduation ceremonies of the Hamilton School of Commerce were constructed. Then, too, since its publication this spring, Peale's latest work has appeared on the best-seller lists of the New York Herald Tribune for 12 consecutive weeks. Crocodiles are considered the most highly organized of reptiles. MM«B City Gl«»e-G»ieUa, MM«B City, U. July f;, 194& BEAT THE HEAT Enjoy a coal, refreshing swim in sparkling, pure drinking water AT SKYLAND PARK Swimming Pool Land" is by a Herbert Jacobs, newspaperman, now with the Piilsbury Academy OWATONNA, MINN. For 72 years Pillsbury has successfully prepared boys for college. Individual instruction mat*! rapid advancement possible for the brilliant cadet, whila the slower student receives generous help. Junior students in the 7th and 8th grades receive the same careful instruction as in the Senior School. Catalogue and full information on request. G. R. STRAYER, Headmaster 102 S. Federal Phone 860 eason FUR SALE pecia IP urc MOUTON SABLE CONEY SEAL-DYED CONEY KIDSKIN Only 49 50 Capital Times, in Madison. He has given us a humorous record of the rewards of life on his 52 acre Wisconsin farm. In 1937,, Jacobs achieved no little notoriety when he became the owner of a low- cost Madison house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. A symbol of Jacobs' success on the land, another F. L. Wright house is now "a-building", on a country hilltop. This, too, is an architectural "first" and is featured in last January's issue of Architectural Forum. "The Earth Is Ours" Marion Teal's story. "The Earth Is Ours", describing how she and her husband took over the 230 acre family farm, in Illinois', is a down-to-earth chronicle. It offers proof that farming is a business. New books amplifying this contention include Ackerman's "Family Farm Policy", Johnson's "Forward Prices For Agriculture", Griswold's "Farming and Democracy", and Barrett's "Harnessing the Earthworm." There are 3 timely books on widely diverse themes: Carnegie's "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living", Hesseltine's "Rise and Fall of Third Parties", and "Brave Girls", by Philmus. The last named is published by the Girl Scouts national organization. Summer Education Here Education is a continuous process. In this, 336 students in the Mason City area are of one mind. The Mason City Junior College summer school opened June 7 . with 75 persons in attendance. | There are 40 boys and girls enrolled in the special reading session. Hamilton School of Commerce has a student body of 150. The St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing now has 36 students; the La James College o£ Beauty Culture, 35 students. New books in the education field number 13 this week. Reading activities are emphasized in the following: Arbuthnot's "Children and Books", Gates' "Improvement of Reading", Gray's "Promoting Personal and Social Development Through Reading" and Matthew's "Language and Area Studies in the Armed Services." Books ordered on request include Exton's "Audio-visual Aids to Instruction", Hartley's "Audiovisual Materials and Methods in the Social Studies", and Strauss' "Look, Listen and Learn." The crisis in present day education is reviewed in the following: Cowling's "College For Freedom", Henderson's "Introduction to Philosophy Of Education" Kclley's "Education For What Is Real", Rugg's "Foundations For American Education", "Schoolman's Almanac for 1947". and Uncsco's "Fundamental Education." Arm Chair Travelers Arm chair travelers will be delighted with 2 new books of South Sea island adventure. Guild's "Rainbow in Tahiti" is a lively account of the t golden, Tahitian years of a cosmopolitan, young, American couple. Another chronicle of Polynesian life, "Miss Ulysses from Puka-Puka", is written by 15 year old Johnny Frisbie, an American trader's daughter. The 50 outstanding religious ! books of the year" were an- l nounced on June 8 by the religious books round table of the American Library Association. From the 165 volumes submitted to the 5 man interdenominational committee, 10 were chosen by 4 members of the committee. Of these, 5 are now available at the library: "Humanist As Hero", "Modern Nationalism and Religion", "World's Great Madonnas", "Albert Schweitzer, the Man and His Mind", and "Best Sermons, 1947-48." There are 10 other new addi- ATTENTION Retail Merchants COME TO MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota July 18-19-20-21 THIRD ANNUAL NORTHWEST TOY & GIFT GOODS SHOW Minneapolis Auditorium Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Your Christmas Customers will expect you to have the latest in TOYS GIFT GOODS HOUSEWARES NOVELTIES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Hundreds of other new and novel merchandising items you can't afford to miss, will be displayed in 90 wonderful exhibits. Come Early - - - - Stay Late The City is Yours NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST— IOWA'S FINEST Pool capacity one-half million gallons of pure sparkling water supplied by 230-foot artesian well. ON HIGHWAY 18, EAST EDGE OF MASON CITY Patrons must be Members of the Skyland Park Swimming Club or of Club Member's immediate family. One membership qualifies entire family for admittance at regular prices. Join today! MEMBERSHIP MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE POOL $1.00, tax included Adults will receive one free admittance with membership. Students (12 to 18) will receive 2 free admittances with membership. Children (under 12) will receive 3 free admittances with membership. REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES Adults 60c Students (12 to 18) , . , 40c Children (under 12) 25c Tax Included TOWELS AND SUITS FOR RENT AT THE POOL, IF DESIRED SUPERVISED WADING POOL FOR SMALL CHILDREN ALSO GROUP TICKETS AT REDUCED PRICES ARE ON SALE NOW! INQUIRE AT TICKET WINDOW Vegetable Hamburgers . . Coney Islands . . Ice Cream . . Cold Pop and Candy on Sale at Our Spotless Refreshment Counter HOURS Daily From 10:00 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. WILL BE OPEN NIGHTS as soon as installation of flood lights is completed PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE FOR SWIMMERS AND SPECTATORS ENJOY OUR FREE PICNIC GROUNDS *Plui Federal Tax Buy on Layoway — $5 down holds your coat. No Carrying Charge — Inquire Today. DENTIST PRACTICE UNITED TO PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST DES WHINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Major Air Ambulance on Display at the Mason City Airport Saturday and Sunday, July 10-11. Both Auto and Air Ambulances are equipped with oxygen. Experienced attendants on duty at all times. MAJOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 511

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